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skeggysteve

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4,288 posts

97 months

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To set a song as a ringtone on my Android I just set it as a ringtone.

So why is it so complex on an iPhone - reduce length, change file extension, delete file, etc. etc.

Am I missing something obvious like a simple way to do it?


miniman

16,656 posts

142 months

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Apple would rather you bought ringtones from the iTunes Store.

(sent from my iPad)

Black can man

14,760 posts

48 months

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skeggysteve said:
To set a song as a ringtone on my Android I just set it as a ringtone.

So why is it so complex on an iPhone - reduce length, change file extension, delete file, etc. etc.

Am I missing something obvious like a simple way to do it?
I have done it, put it into you tube, there is plenty of young kids that will show you how it's done.

skeggysteve

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4,288 posts

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miniman said:
Apple would rather you bought ringtones from the iTunes Store.

(sent from my iPad)
Yes, they want you to spend money was a thought I had!

Sent from my Windows laptop wink

Black can man said:
I have done it, put it into you tube, there is plenty of young kids that will show you how it's done.
I have seen these you tube videos you mention but my op was 'why is it so difficult on an iPhone and so easy on an Andriod'?.

NDA

10,975 posts

105 months

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Google and download iRinger for your PC. It's free and creates ringtones from anything. Very easy.
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GhostDriver

741 posts

72 months

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NDA said:
Google and download iRinger for your PC. It's free and creates ringtones from anything. Very easy.
Creates them easy, but getting them on to the phone is still a PITA.
I Agree with OP.

Welcome to the bd closed world of Apple (Iphone 5 owner btw). Forgot how annoying it is, till I upgraded to ios7 and lost my jailbreak

NDA

10,975 posts

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Is it difficult to transfer them? From memory, it installs them automatically. I haven't used it for a while.
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